Name

U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying

By USGA
May 30, 2011

 

Ibaraki, Japan

A = Alternate

a = Amateur

WD = Withdrawal

 

Name  Country      Score   
 Do-Hoon Kim  Korea 70 65 135 Qualified
Scott Barr Austrailia 72 63 135 Qualified
 Kenichi Kuboya Japan 66    69     135     Qualified
Sang-Moon Bae Korea 70 66 136 Qualified
Kim Dae-Hyun Korea 68 68 136 Qualified
Failed To Qualify           
Masaya Tomida-A Japan 70 67 137  
Kunihiro Kamii Japan 72 65 137  
Hideto Tanihara Japan 69 68 137  
Wen-Chong Liang China 67     71 138  
Han Lee Huntington Beach, Calif. 71 68 139  
Tetsuji Hiratsuka Japan 73 67 140  
Michio Matsumura Japan 69 71 140  
Yoshikazu Haku  Japan 71 69 140  
Kazuhiko Hosokawa  Japan 72 70 142  
Takashi Kanemoto Japan 69 74 143  
Azuma Yano Japan 69 74 143  
Makoto Inoue Japan  74 70 144  
Takuya Taniguchi Japan 75 70 145  
Shinichi Yokota Japan 71 75 146  
Marcus Both Australia 75 72 147  
Hiroshi Iwata Japan 73 77 150  
Ryuichi Oda Japan 75 77 152  
Skye Inakoshi(a) Honolulu, Hawaii 83 81 164  
Kiradech Aphibarnrat Thailand  75 WD    
Mamoru Osanai Japan 69 WD    
Jay Choi Wildomar, Calif. 74 WD    
Shunsuke Sonoda Japan 74     WD    
Mitsuhiro Tateyama Japan 74 WD    
Jae-Bum Park Korea 70 WD    
Pariya Junhasavasdikul Thailand 76 WD    
Prayad Marksaeng Thailand  69 WD    
Seuk Hyun Baek Korea 75 WD    
Nobuhiro Masuda  Japan 76 WD    
Kaname Yokoo Japan 74 WD    

 
 

Walton Heath G.C. (Old and New Courses)

Surrey, England 

A = Alternate

a = Amateur

WD = Withdrawal

 

Name    Country      Score   
 Nicolas Colsaerts  Belgium 64 71 135 Qualified
Shane Lowry Ireland 69 67 136 Qualified
Maarten Lafeber   The Netherlands 73 63 136 Qualified
Thomas Levet France 66 71 137 Qualified
Robert Rock England 70 68 138 Qualified
David Howell England 72      66    138 Qualified     
Alexander Noren Sweden 67 72 139 Qualified
Stephen Gallacher Scotland 70 69 139 Qualified
Robert Dinwiddie England 69 70 139 Qualified
Marcel Siem German 67 72 139 Qualified
Johan Edfors Sweden 70 70 140 Qualified
Andreas Harto Denmark 70 70 140 Qualified
           
 Failed To Qualify            
           
Richie Ramsay - A Scotland 71 69 140  
Gregory Bourdy France 68 73 141  
Jamie Donaldson Wales 67 74 141  
Soren Hansen England 69 72 141  
Raphael Jacquelin Switzerland 68 73 141  
Wade Ormsby Australia 69 72 141  
Gary Boyd England 72 70 142  
Rhys Davies Wales 71 71 142  
Nick Dougherty England 72 70 142  
Shiv Kapur India 72 70 142  
Soren Kjeldsen England 69 73 142  
Mark Tullo Chile 72 70 142  
Alejandro Canizares Spain 73 70 143  
Daniel Vancsik Argentina 68 75 143  
Martin Wiegele Austria 68 75 143  
Christian Cevaer Switzerland 72 72 144  
Keith Horne South Africa 72 72 144  
Jeppe Huldahl Denmark 73 71 144  
Andrew Marshall England 74 70 144  
Pablo Martin Benavides Spain 71 73 144  
Peter O'Malley Australia 71 73 144  
Steve Webster England 76 68 144  
George Coetzee South Africa 72 73 145  
Ross Fisher England 74 71 145  
Daniel Gaunt England 72 73 145  
Colin Montgomerie Scotland 72 73 145  
Bernd Wiesberger Austria 72 73 145  
Julio Zapata Argentina 72 74 146  
Gary Murphy Ireland 76 71 147  
Leif Olson Scottsdale, Ariz. 72 75 147  
Romain Wattel France 69 78 147  
Matthew Zions Australia 74 73 147  
Oscar Floren Sweden 69 79 148  
Simon Khan England 73 75 148  
Pablo Larrazabal Corominas Spain 73 75 148  
Rafael Cabrera-Bello Spain 72 77 149  
Andrew Dodt Australia 73 76 149  
David Griffiths England 75 74 149  
Samuel Walker England 74 75 149  
Ross McGowan England 71 79 150  
Lee Slattery England 76 74 150  
Jean-Baptiste Gonnet France 78 73 151  
Rick Kulacz Australia 76 75 151  
Tjaart Van Der Walt South Africa 75 78 153  
Mark Haastrup Denmark 76 78 154  
(a) Paul Simson Raleigh, N.C. 76 79 155  
(a) Alexander Levy France 81 76 157  
John Parry England 70 WD WD  
Michael Jonzon Sweden 71 WD WD  
Danny Willett England 71 WD WD  
Richard Finch England 75 WD WD  
Brett Rumford Australia 72 WD WD  
Rafa Echenique Argentina 73 WD WD  
Danny Lee USA 73 WD WD  
Jeev Milkha Singh India 76 WD WD  
Rikard Karlberg Sweden 72 WD WD  
Anthony Kang USA 80 WD WD  
Marco Ruiz Paraguay 73 WD WD  
Niclas Fasth Sweden 74 WD WD  
Jarmo Sandelin Sweden 75 WD WD  
Alvaro Velasco Spain 74 WD WD  
Scott Jamieson Scotland 74 WD WD  
Christian Nilsson Sweden 74 WD WD  
Fabrizio Zanotti Paraguay 74 WD WD  
Alexandre Kaleka France 75 WD WD  
Scott Harrington USA 77 WD WD  
Carlos Del Moral Spain 77 WD WD  
Fredrik Andersson Hed Sweden 76 WD WD  
Mikko Ilonen Finland 74 WD WD  
Michael Jonzon Sweden 71 WD WD  


 

 

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